Saturday, August 28, 2010

Basic Grey Challenge 27- Fabric

Another page for a Basic Grey Challenge # 27: Fabric. Here I used fabric covered buttons by Stampin Up. There is something about corduroy that speaks to me of back to school clothes (see picture below for close up of the button).
The paper is from the Urban Prairie Line, which I loved so much a bought two pads! I am also sharing the cut file for the Back to School title and you will need Locker Talk and Alphalicious to cut the file. Find the file HERE. See picture below for the close up of the cut file.
And no cut file for my second page, but I know many of us feel the need for a two page spread, so here is my layout for the second page.
I used the Mini Monograms scalloped square and fit it to page.
Here is my supply list:
Basic Grey Urban Prairie Weather Vane (swirly stripe)
Basic Grey Urban Prairie Hayfield (green floral)
Basic Grey Urban Prairie Bonnet (Pink & White floral background)
Basic Grey Urban Prairie Bountiful (Multi Pink floral background)
Queen and Co black flower
Stampin Up Buttons in Corduroy Pretty in Pink
Cloud Nine Design Rain Dot (at the points in the scalloped square and back of the bus)
Cricut Cartridges (Base Camp, Locker Talk, Alphalicious)
Jolee Button (turquoise and antique brass embellishment on yellow cardstock)
Want2Scrap pearl
CTMH Stamp Serendipity (Circle of dots on yellow cardstock)
CTMH Stamp Treasures (Flower on yellow cardstock with pearl in center)
Recollections Rhinestone Stickers (pearls around the Jolee button on the yellow cardstock with stamped black dots)


  1. Very cute LO!! Love the border, soooooo pretty! Kids are back at school, we have to do Scrap Shack or Archivers soon.

  2. Great layout ! Just love the BG papers you have used and all your details.

    Thank you for joining us at Basic Grey Challenges this week.


    Jo and the Basic Grey Challenges DT x

  3. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the School Theme post on Aug. 29, 2010. Thanks again.



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